The Chinese Law and Religion Monitor, Jul - Dec 2010



Friday, January 28, 2011

China Aid Association
(Midland, Tex—Jan. 28, 2010)  The latest publication of The Chinese Law and Religion Monitor, a biannual publication of China Aid Association, is now available to read on line or download. 

Since 2004,ChinaAid has been publishing the Chinese Law and Religion Monitor, the only journal of its kind in this field. Thousands of copies have been published and disseminated to human rights and religious freedom-related individuals, institutions and organizations, key U.S. government leaders and the United Nations Council on Human Rights. Each edition contains the most current research and analysis of religion and the law. Its purpose is to provide Chinese scholars and researchers, policymakers, lawyers, judges and human-rights advocates with the best available information on the current challenges in the struggle for religious freedom in China, particularly in the area of legislation and rule-making.
According to the preface by ChinaAid president Bob Fu, “This issue is dedicated to articles on the change of the relationship between the state and the church.”

Click this link to buy hard copy of the journal in this issue:|http://www.amazon.com/Chinese-Law-Religion-Monitor-6/dp/1456559931/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1312221810&sr=8-1


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Rachel Ritchie, English Media Director
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